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Published by The Reilly and Britton Co., CHICAGO (1904)

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About this Item: The Reilly and Britton Co., CHICAGO, 1904. Pictorial Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. Louise Perrett (illustrator). First Edition. Book is lightly soiled on the exterior but is crisp and generally clean, except for the fascinating nostalic recipes written on some of the pages. All chapter headings are adorably illustrated. Seller Inventory # 026079

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Published by The Reilly and Britton Company, Chicago (1904)

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About this Item: The Reilly and Britton Company, Chicago, 1904. Hardcover. Condition: Good. First Edition. Hardcover in beige linen boards. No dust jacket, as issued. First edition. Boards are soiled and stained; binding is tight and corners are sharp. Interior pages of brown paper are clean. A blank book for recipes; this copy has many recipes written in, in large bold letters that are very neat but challenging to decipher. Louise Perrett's drawings introduce each section ("Bread," "Beverages," "Soups," "Fish," etc.). The book is thumb-indexed throughout. Some newspaper recipe clippings laid in. This copy belonged to Millie Lewis Sargent, and is dated 1910. 8vo. Unpaginated. Seller Inventory # 91353

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Published by The Reilly and Britton Co., Chicago

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About this Item: The Reilly and Britton Co., Chicago. Condition: Near Very Good. Designed and Illustrated By Louise Perrett (illustrator). First Edition. First Edition. Original cloth, stained and rubbed. Illustrated by Louise Perrett. Many hand-written recipes. Seller Inventory # 011334

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THE GIRL GRADUATE Her Own Book: Perrett, Louise; Smith,

Perrett, Louise; Smith, Sarah K; Vogel, Elizabeth

Published by Reilly and Britton. Chicago. (1918)

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About this Item: Reilly and Britton. Chicago., 1918. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. No Jacket. 1st Edition.. This is a hand made high school year book assembled by Elizabeth Vogel who attended Central High School in Muskogee, Oklahoma. She graduated in 1918. Book size about 6 by 9 inches. Bound in tan cloth over boards with front cover gilt lettering, image of a young woman--decorated spine. One of those early Yearbooks where the publisher provided an outline of what to enter in the book and then the student filled-in the book in whatever manner they chose. Many hand written entries from classmates, teachers and friends. Also contains several pages of various school related memorabilia. Laid-in are several pieces of miscellanea relating to her graduation. I could say this is rare, but it is actually unique, one of a kind, as are all these old hand-made yearbooks. A reference book for Women's Studies showing how the young girl of the World War One era was educated. This is one volume in a collection of some 65 of these old Yearbooks ranging from the late 1800's to the 1930's mostly from the Midwest which will be in my book seller catalog titled 'Women'. Hinges cracked; usual wear and tear from constant handling while being assembled. VERY GOOD Language: eng Language: eng. Signed by Author(s). Seller Inventory # 15580

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THE GIRL GRADUATE Her Own Book: Perrett, Louise; Smith,

Perrett, Louise; Smith, Sarah K; Bunnell, Helen G

Published by The Reilly & Lee Co. Chicago (1920)

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About this Item: The Reilly & Lee Co. Chicago, 1920. Hardcover. Condition: Good. No Jacket. 1st Edition.. This is a hand made high school year book assembled by Helen G Bunnell who attended Solomon High School in Solomon, Kansas. She graduated in 1920. Book size about 6 by 9 inches. Bound in tan cloth over boards with front cover gilt lettering and image of a young woman--decorated spine. One of those early Yearbooks where the publisher provided an outline of what to enter in the book and then the student filled-in the book in whatever manner they chose. First page has a photo of the 17 member Senior Class followed by 16 photos two to a page--most with captions. Students apparently used printed calling cards in those days and one enterprising young man's card states that he does 'Monkey Kissing - Bear Hugging' with no helpers. Also pages hand written by classmates, friends and teachers. Several pieces of school related material laid-in or glued on. Interestingly, Miss Bunnell listed her classmates and noted what had happened to them since graduation. I could say this is rare, but it is actually unique, one of a kind, as are all these old hand-made yearbooks. A reference book for Women's Studies showing how the young girl of the 1920's was educated. This is one volume in a collection of some 65 of these old Yearbooks ranging from the late 1800's to the 1930's mostly from the Midwest which will be in my book seller catalog titled 'Women'. Mouse nibbling to rear cover bottom tip; usual wear and tear from constant handling while being assembled. GOOD Language: eng Language: eng. Signed by Author(s). Seller Inventory # 15581

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THE GIRL GRADUATE Her Own Book: Perrett, Louise; Smith,

Perrett, Louise; Smith, Sarah K; Carnes, Veda L

Published by Reilly and Britton. Chicago. (1923)

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About this Item: Reilly and Britton. Chicago., 1923. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. No Jacket. 1st Edition.. This is a hand made high school year book assembled by Veda L Carnes who attended New Salem High School in New Salem, North Dakota. She graduated in 1923. Book size about 6 by 9 inches. Bound in tan cloth over boards with front cover gilt lettering and image of a young woman. One of those early Yearbooks where the publisher provided an outline of what to enter in the book and then the student filled-in the book in whatever manner they chose. This is an unusual example of the type in that the student filled-in the book during her high school graduation year and then continued on with additional entries into the 1940's. She apparently became a teacher and there are entries here from her pupils, one of which today would probably get the child thrown out of school for racism. Many hand written entries from classmates and relatives and even three pages of cartoons, two of U. S. Geological Survey crew members along with their names and addresses. The book is filled with hand written entries and a very minimum of memorabilia I could say this is rare, but it is actually unique, one of a kind, as are all these old hand-made yearbooks. A reference book for Women's Studies showing how the young girl of the 1920's was educated. This is one volume in a collection of some 65 of these old Yearbooks ranging from the late 1800's to the 1930's mostly from the Midwest which will be in my book seller catalog titled 'Women'. Usual wear and tear from constant handling while being assembled. VERY GOOD Language: eng Language: eng. Signed by Author(s). Seller Inventory # 15579

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THE GIRL GRADUATE Her Own Book: Perrett, Louise; Smith,

Perrett, Louise; Smith, Sarah K; Lipps, Emily C

Published by Reilly and Britton. Chicago. (1918)

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About this Item: Reilly and Britton. Chicago., 1918. Hardcover. Condition: Good. No Jacket. 1st Edition.. This is a hand made high school year book assembled by Emily C Lipps who attended Faribault High School in Faribault, Minnesota. She graduated in 1918. Book size about 6 by 9 inches. Bound in tan cloth over boards with front cover gilt lettering and image of a young woman--decorated spine. One of those early Yearbooks where the publisher provided an outline of what to enter in the book and then the student filled-in the book in whatever manner they chose. Book begins with two glued-in photos of the 'Ladies Band' and 'Red Cross Band' marching down Main Street in Faribault. Many hand written entries from classmates and teachers. Includes a rare World War One U. S Government War-Savings Stamps four page brochure. Also includes newspaper clippings and other printed material relating to school graduation. I could say this is rare, but it is actually unique, one of a kind, as are all these old hand-made yearbooks. A reference book for Women's Studies showing how the young girl of the 1918 era was educated. This is one volume in a collection of some 65 of these old Yearbooks ranging from the late 1800's to the 1930's mostly from the Midwest which will be in my book seller catalog titled 'Women'. Usual wear and tear from constant handling while being assembled. GOOD Language: eng Language: eng. Signed by Author(s). Seller Inventory # 15582

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Published by Reilly and Lee, Chicago

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About this Item: Reilly and Lee, Chicago. Hard Cover. Condition: As New. Dust Jacket Condition: Fine Dust Jacket. Perrett, Louise and Sarah K smith Designers and Illustrators (illustrator). First Edition (US) First Printing. absolutley brand new but probably printed in the 1920's in an almost perfect box. Seller Inventory # 066084

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AMERICAN WOMEN: SCRAPBOOK DESIGNED FOR 'GIRL GRADUATE': 1906]. (PERRETT, Louise). (SMITH, Sarah K.).

Published by The Reilly and Britton Co.,, Chicago: (1906)

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About this Item: The Reilly and Britton Co.,, Chicago:, 1906. First edition.. [AMERICAN WOMEN: SCRAPBOOK DESIGNED FOR 'GIRL GRADUATE': 1906]. (PERRETT, Louise). THE GIRL GRADUATE: Her Own Book. Designed and Illustrated by Louise Perrett and Sarah K. Smith. Octavo, decorative white cloth spine, decorated paper-covered boards (with attractive floral design on spine), 176 pages, (designed and) illustrated by Louise Perrett and Sarah K. Smith. A "blank" book, organized into sections, designed to be used as a scrapbook by a young woman graduating from secondary school or college. An attractive publication, with each page headed with various sections devoted to scrapbook headings: "Class Photographs," "Class Autographs," "The Teachers," "Social Events," etc. Each section begins with an appealing pictorial vignette (often of female students), or with a decorated border, printed in color. Uncommon [OCLC locates nine holdings (the last three are noted as having been "completed" by a graduate): Missouri Historical Society, Duke, Smith, Cornell, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin-Madison, Peru State, New York State Historical Society, and Colorado College]. A fine, bright (unused) copy in publisher's unprinted glassine jacket, housed in publisher's lidded pictorial box. The glassine has few creased tears; the lidded box (with large pictorial onlay on upper cover) has moderate brown stain to fore-edge margin of pictorial label, the upper cover has begun to split at two corners (with neat internal archival mends), else very good. Both the publisher's glassine and lidded box have kept the binding exceptionally fresh and bright. Seller Inventory # 67505

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Designed and Illustrated by Louise Perrett

Published by The Reilly & Lee Co., Chicago (1904)

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About this Item: The Reilly & Lee Co., Chicago, 1904. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good-Very Good (+) Book. No Jacket. First Edition.. Tan illustrated cover showing young woman with tray of food and large format RECIPES on spine. Just minor cover soil with one bottom corner tip bumped. This is a book that was made to be written in (with recipes), and there are only about 4 pages having done so. There are also a few pages that have brown strip marks where a recipe was previously attached. The contents page includes: BREADS, BEVERAGES SOUPS FISH EGGS (SCRATCHED WITH COOKIES IN ITS PLACE), ENTREES, MEATS, VEGETABLES, SALADS, PUDDINGS AND PASTRY, CUSTARDS, JELLIES AND ICES, CAKES, THE CHAFING DISH, AND MISCELLANEOUS. About 8-34 x 6-1/2, and unpaginated with indexed page sections. Scarce cookbook! Size: 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾" tall. Book. Seller Inventory # 111024172

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THE GIRL GRADUATE Her Own Book: Perrett, Louise; Smith,

Perrett, Louise; Smith, Sarah K; Huffman, Jessie K

Published by Reilly and Britton. Chicago. (1916)

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About this Item: Reilly and Britton. Chicago., 1916. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. No Jacket. 1st Edition.. This is a hand made high school year book assembled by Jessie K Huffman who attended Pekin High School in Pekin, Illinois. She graduated in 1916, one of 42 in her class. Book size about 6 by 9 inches. Bound in tan cloth over boards with front cover gilt lettering and image of a young woman--decorated spine. One of those early Yearbooks where the publisher provided an outline of what to enter in the book and then the student filled-in the book in whatever manner they chose. An unusual item is the thin cardboard four page Junior-Senior Banquet Menu with attached pencil & a sample of the material from her gown. The book is filled with memorabilia of all kinds relating to the graduation year including a few photos. I could say this is rare, but it is actually unique, one of a kind, as are all these old hand-made yearbooks. A reference book for Women's Studies showing how the young girl of the 1920's was educated. This is one volume in a collection of some 65 of these old Yearbooks ranging from the late 1800's to the 1930's mostly from the Midwest which will be in my book seller catalog titled 'Women'. Usual wear and tear from constant handling while being assembled. VERY GOOD Language: eng Language: eng. Signed by Author(s). Seller Inventory # 15583

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The Girl Graduate: Her Own Book (Original: Mitchell, Margaret] Perrett,

Mitchell, Margaret] Perrett, Louise; Sarah K. Smith

Published by The Reilly & Britton Co, Chicago (1917)

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About this Item: The Reilly & Britton Co, Chicago, 1917. First Edition. First Edition. Blank book-style yearbook (largely still blank) belonging to Elizabeth Floding with numerous inscriptions and well wishes from various students and faculty, including a four-line Gellett Burgess poem written to Floding by Margaret Mitchell: "I never saw a purple cow, I never hope to see one, I'll tell you one thing anyhow, I'd rather see than be one! Ha! Ha! Margaret Mitchell." Additional ephemera also laid in, including a piano recital program and various small photographs."Gone With the Wind" writer Mitchell attended private girls' school Washington Seminary in Atlanta Georgia, where presumably Floding was a classmate. The book also contains an inscription to Floding from English teacher Eva Paisley, whom Mitchell would credit as the first to recognize her writing talent. Floding would go on to attend Emory University. Very Good plus, housed in a custom gray cloth chemise and gray leather slipcase decorated with gilt titles and decorative gilt roses. Seller Inventory # 136302

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